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GNU is Looking for Native English Speakers for Proofreading and Translations

Item posted by Dora Scilipoti <dora> on Sat 20 Jun 2020 06:47:54 PM UTC.

We at the GNU Project love languages. Here are two main things we do in this area and how you can join to help.

  • To bring our message of software freedom to the widest possible audience, we translate www.gnu.org into as many languages as we can. Our volunteer translation teams do a wonderful job and more help is always welcome. Apart from native speakers of the target language, these teams also need at least one member that is a native speaker of English and fairly fluent in the target language. Find more about the GNU translation teams and contact them directly or write to <web-translators@gnu.org> if you would like to help.
  • English is the default language of the GNU Project. The vast majority of our web pages, manuals and documentation are originally written in English. Occasionally, we like to have the material proofread by native English speakers with a good command of the written language to ensure quality and readability. To help with this, please subscribe to our low-traffic  GNU documentation proofreaders list.

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